It might cause problems with the regulator, but I don't have the schematics with me. If there are charging system issues, also check that the wire and connections going to the starter are all good.
I use a Golf 4 alternator on a Golf 4 as I saw fit. It runs fine, and there aren't any alarming sound. The problem is that it doesn't charge when I start the car. I have to rev the engine hard, and then it starts to charge normally. What the problem?
Why is it that when my battery is fully charged, but in 18 to 20 hours my car won't start? They say that the alternator and other systems are fine.
I have a 2012 Honda Civic LX, and I have put three new remained alternators in the last month. My lights would start to fluctuate, so I went in and had the store test it, and it would show a failure on the voltage regulator. But when I turn on the headlights, it would pass everything. Is there something else that could be causing this failure?
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